On June 24, Microsoft will hold a presentation at which it will have to talk about the future development of its Windows operating system. According to insiders and analysts, the company is announcing the release of Windows 11 at this event.
The most important piece of evidence for the upcoming announcement of Windows 11 is a teaser posted on Microsoft’s website. Here we see a familiar window that is used in logos and Windows wallpapers, but the shadow from the frame does not form a cross (as it should be according to logic and the laws of physics), instead the number 11 is clearly displayed.
Windows 10 was released in the summer of 2015, and since then Microsoft hasn’t increased the numbering of the operating system, at least not in its name. The company releases OS updates twice a year (in the spring and fall), but in recent years they have become smaller and smaller. In parallel with Windows 10, Microsoft was developing Windows 10X for next-generation devices (including dual-screen hybrids), but this development was closed. You can expect some of the capabilities of Windows 10X to migrate to Windows 11 if Microsoft really plans to release an entirely new operating system.
The Microsoft presentation will take place on June 24 from 11 am local North American Eastern time (from 6 pm Moscow time).
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